Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the stars who found love, suffered heartbreak or experienced some other major event in their love lives in early November 2020, starting with this former long-term couple… Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick sparked a fresh round of reconciliation rumors with their flirty behavior on social media in late October. The Poosh founder, for example, set her fans into a frenzy when she posted a pair of selfies with her ex on Instagram on Oct. 28. Two days later, Us Weekly reported that, according to a source, the former couple "will always have a playful relationship with each other and love for each other" — but they're only "focused on co-parenting successfully" right now. "They know when they post pictures of each other, leave comments on each other's posts, etc. [that] their fans love it. And the attention is fun and cute to them," claimed the source. According to a second Us Weekly source, though, "Kourtney and Scott's friends and family wouldn't be surprised if one day they got back together. All their friends think their relationship is so weird and think they must hook up." But if they did take their relationship to the next level, "Kourtney would most likely be very private about it," said the insider. "It's a constant topic amongst her family and she denies there are romantic feelings there, so there's just no way she would admit it." Scott, meanwhile, "would 100% get together with her" again. "She's the one who has the control and just says they are friends and a family, but nothing romantic," said the source. A few days later, yet another Us Weekly source echoed of Kourtney and Scott, "[Their] relationship has taken a bit of shift recently — spending more time together and being more kind with each other. Scott has always loved Kourtney, and the door is open on his side in case she ever wants to take their relationship back to a romantic place. … Kourtney has been through so much good and bad with Scott … [and] the bad [moments] are what makes her keep him at arm's length romantically." Still, "their friends think they could get back together." Just don't expect Scott to wait around. "[He] is doing his own thing. [He] is in a good place and dating around," said a fourth Us Weekly source after the father of three was seen at a Halloween party with model Amelia Gray Hamlin following recent hangouts with models Bella Banos and Megan Blake Irwin. Now keep reading for more of the week's biggest celeb love life updates…
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Although they spent the summer working on their relationship, Julianne Hough officially filed to divorce Brooks Laich on Nov. 2. According to a People magazine source, "They were trying to get their marriage to work for a long time. They both made many changes and compromised, but it just wasn't enough. They don't have the same vision for the future." An Us Weekly source echoed that the duo — who first announced their plans to call it quits in late May — "had a lot of back-and-forth moments" before deciding to throw in the towel for good. "Julianne and Brooks just can't get past their problems," said the source. "Julianne had a dinner party with friends a few months ago, which Brooks came to. They were trying to be lovey-dovey with each other and have a good night with a few friends, but Brooks ended up bringing up some of their issues in front of everyone and it became a big fight." The insider went on to say that when they first "took time apart," the dancer-actress and the former professional hockey player "continued to stay in touch" and remained "connected" because "they share the same friend group" and business interests. "They missed each other and ended up hooking up a few times during their breakup and have tried to sort out their marriage and business commitments," said the source.
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So much for those split rumors! During an interview with "Extra" that debuted online on Oct. 30, Tiffany Haddish gushed of her boyfriend, Common, "I feel like it's gonna work. I haven't felt like this about a relationship — ever! … We laugh all the time. He's actually really funny. I'm like, 'You should do this comedy movie with me.' He's like, 'I don't want to exploit our relationship.' And I'm like, 'Well, I don't want to be in no relationship where we making no money!'" She also joked that "if this [relationship] doesn't work out," she's going to apply to star on "The Bachelorette." A few days later, Common gushed about Tiffany on the Nov. 2 episode of SiriusXM's "The Karen Hunter Show." Said the rapper-actor, "We're doing wonderful. She's a really incredible human being, and the more I get to know her, I just see how dynamic she is as a person — how intelligent, how selfless she is, how she stands up in Hollywood for Black women. I'm learning [from her]. … She's also fun. She's fun. And ultimately, the one thing that I'll say about anyone I've dated … I like good-hearted people, and Tiffany has a good heart at the end of the day."
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On Nov. 3, E! News published a statement from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Erika Jayne announcing that she's divorcing her husband of more than 20 years, attorney Tom Girardi. "After much consideration, I have decided to end my marriage," she said. "This is not a step taken lightly or easily. I have great love and respect for Tom and for our years and the lives we built together. It is my absolute wish to proceed through this process with respect and with the privacy that both Tom and I deserved." The reality star has filed for divorce in Los Angeles.
According to Us Weekly, Cardi B officially filed to have her petition for divorce dismissed on Nov. 1. Just six weeks earlier, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper filed to legally end her marriage to Migos rapper Offset, with whom she spent the bulk of October publicly reconciling.
Us Weekly reported on Nov. 1 that Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton plan to sign a prenuptial agreement before they tie the knot. According to a source, they've "been in prenup talks for a few months" and "the process has been extremely effortless" with "no hiccups or outrageous demands." The insider explained that the No Doubt frontwoman didn't have a prenup in place when she married her first husband, Gavin Rossdale, and now feels "she just can't afford to not have [one] with Blake." That's not an issue for the newly engaged couple, though. "These are two mature adults that love each other," said the source. Meanwhile, People magazine reported on Nov. 4 that in addition to asking Gwen's dad for permission to pop the question, Blake also sought the approval of her three sons. "Blake told her boys that he wanted to propose and asked their permission," said a source. "Her family very much approves of him. He's an amazing partner and a great extra dad to the boys. Gwen is ecstatic. The proposal was a surprise. … Gwen just loves sharing her life with Blake. He gives her so many things that were missing from her life for years."
Us Weekly reported on Nov. 4 that, according to a source, Halle Berry's chemistry with her new boyfriend, Van Hunt, is "through the roof." Said the source, "She's had some negative experiences [with men] but Van has taught her to love again — and love herself. … He's a wonderful, caring man." The insider also noted that although "they've only been dating a few months," the actress feels like "sometimes you just know" when you've found "the one." On Oct. 31, Halle and Van took to Instagram to share photos of their matching Halloween costumes. (Check 'em out here.)
Kendall Jenner's rumored boyfriend, Devin Booker, made the shortlist when Kim Kardashian West decided to fly her "closest inner circle" to a private island to celebrate her 40th birthday. Us Weekly reported on Oct. 29 that, according to a source, the model invited the professional basketball player because she "knew it would be easy for him to hang out with her family and friends." Specifically, Devin "enjoyed hanging out" with Khloe Kardashian's back-on beau, fellow professional basketball player Tristan Thompson. "Kendall and Devin are hooking up and dating. … He makes her laugh, and they are so cute together," said the source, noting that although "Kendall likes Devin," she "wants to keep her options open" as far as other men are concerned. The athlete, meanwhile, "doesn't want her dating anyone else." On Nov. 1, Devin made his big debut on Kendall's Instagram: She included a shot of them posing together in a photobooth in a slideshow of pictures from her controversial Halloween-themed birthday bash. As for Khloe and Tristan…
Us Weekly reported on Oct. 30 that, according to a source, Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson are "doing really good" amid their recent reconciliation following multiple cheating scandals. "Khloe wants to see the good in everyone to a fault," said the source. "She's so forgiving, and it's also hard to meet anyone else. She has a child with him and doesn't leave [her neighborhood]." The reality star "is taking it day by day," added the source, noting that the professional basketball player "has been really good to her recently." But if Tristan slips up again, her friends and family are ready to cut him off for good: "Khloe has been warned by everyone that if he even looks at another girl, that's the last straw," said the source.
It was just summer love for Eiza Gonzalez and Timothee Chalamet, who made headlines in June when they were snapped packing on the PDA during a sun-soaked vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. On Oct. 28, E! News reported that, according to a source, the pair haven't been together for a while, and recently, the actress "seemed single."
On Oct. 30, TMZ broke the news that Ron Perlman and actress Allison Dunbar are engaged. The news came to light when the actor filed a request for a bifurcation of divorce, which would make him legally single while he and his estranged wife, Opal Stone Perlman, continue settling other issues — such as spousal support and the division of assets — pertaining to the dissolution of their marriage. "I believe terminating the marriage as soon as legally possible would be in our best interests in that it would reduce the emotional strain and pressure I have personally observed in both [Opal] and myself, and it would allow me to move forward with my life," the "Hellboy" star said in legal paperwork. Ron filed to divorce the jewelry designer in late 2019 following nearly four decades of marriage. He was first seen smooching Allison earlier that year.
After months of rumors about the nature of their relationship, Noah Centineo and Stassie Karanikolaou finally confirmed that they are, in fact, a couple when they were snapped holding hands outside a Halloween party in Los Angeles on Oct. 31. In early October, there were rumors that the pair, who were first linked in June, secretly eloped or got engaged in Las Vegas.
On Nov. 2, Michael Angarano took to Instagram to announce that he and Maya Erskine are engaged and expecting their first child together. "And then there were 3… also, we're engaged," the "This Is Us" actor captioned a photo of himself posing with the writer-actress with her burgeoning baby bump on full display. The pair were first linked in 2019.
On Nov. 2, MTO News reported that Lil Wayne's girlfriend, Denise Bidot, dumped him over his recent endorsement of Donald Trump for president. "She broke up with Wayne. It wasn't just his Trump support, but that was a big part," said a source, adding that the plus-size model was "shocked" by her beau's political leanings and "so disappointed in him." However, an anonymous source later told The Neighborhood Talk — an Instagram account dedicated to celebrity gossip — that it was actually the other way around: Wayne "kicked her out" after Denise encouraged her Instagram followers to vote and then used a hashtag for "no Trump for me." In fact, she replied to a tweet about her dumping Wayne over Trump, "I did NOT! This is absolutely false." (That response has since been deleted, though.) Before the beauty deactivated her Instagram account on Nov. 3, fans noticed that she and the rapper unfollowed each other on the social media platform.
Garrett Yrigoyen debuted his new girlfriend, yoga instructor Alex Farrar, on Instagram on Oct. 31. "Happy Halloween. Picked up a special pumpkin at the patch," he captioned a slideshow of photos of himself and the blonde beauty. Former "The Bachelorette" star Becca Kufrin just announced in August that she and Garrett were calling it quits two years after getting engaged on season 14 of the ABC reality show.
Business or pleasure? Sharna Burgess and Jason Oppenheim sparked romance rumors when they were seen snapped together in the Los Angeles area on Oct. 28: The "Selling Sunset" boss could be seen outside the "Dancing With the Stars" pro's home before shuttling her to the nearby "DWTS" rehearsal studios. They also left together in his car later in the day. It's possible the pair met through Jason's "Selling Sunset" colleague Chrishell Stause, who competed on season 29 of the long-running reality show while Sharna was partnered with actor Jesse Metcalfe.
Kaia Gerber and Jacob Elordi made their relationship Instagram official on Nov. 1 when the teen model took to Instagram to share photos of their Halloween couples costume: Elvis and Priscilla Presley.
Us Weekly reported on Nov. 3 that, according to a source, Sofia Richie's new boyfriend, Matthew Morton, "used to be somewhat of a player and has always surrounded himself with very pretty girls and dated pretty girls," but recently, "he's calmed down a lot." The insider added that the Hard Rock Café scion "likes Sofia a lot." As for her ex-boyfriend, Scott Disick, Sofia "doesn't care" about the state of his relationship with Kourtney Kardashian "at this point," according to a second Us Weekly source. "She's a pretty confident girl. … She knows she's young and sought after," added the insider.
Us Weekly reported on Oct. 30 that, according to a source, Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik are "better than ever" and "closer than ever" since welcoming their baby girl earlier this year. "Their communication, the time they spend together… They've never looked happier," said the source of the off-and-on couple of several years.
On Nov. 1, Ron Howard took to Instagram to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his first date with his wife of 45 years, Cheryl Howard. In the caption of a photo of his feet encased in socks featuring images of her face, the Oscar-winning director dished on that fateful date: After catching a re-release screening of Stanley Kramer's "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World," they went out for pizza at the now-defunct restaurant Barnone's in Los Angeles' Toluca Lake neighborhood. "Quite a start, right? Today we are celebrating with these … socks we ordered (Cheryl's [with] my mug got held up) and a trip to our local take-out pizza place. We'll be driving in the same '70 VW Bug I picked Cheryl up in 5 decades ago. It runs great. So do we," he wrote.
On Nov. 3, TMZ broke the news that Christina Anstead officially filed to divorce "Wheeler Dealers" host Ant Anstead. In September, the "Flip or Flop" star announced that they'd separated after less than two years of marriage. They weren't the only former power couple who made moves to legally end their union this week…
In other divorce news… Us Weekly reported on Nov. 2 that, according to a source, Jaime King's divorce from Kyle Newman is "still very ugly and messy," though "they've been trying to do the best they can for the sake of their [two] kids." Said the source, "Jaime can be very impulsive at times and both of them have a temper, so it's just a recipe for disaster. … There's still a lot of bad blood and negative feelings toward one another on both sides." The actress filed to divorce the filmmaker in May.
Lady Gaga gushed about her ex-fiancé, Taylor Kinney, while campaigning for Joe Biden in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Nov. 2. "It didn't work out. I loved him so much — it just did not work out," she said of the "Chicago Fire" star, who was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and grew up in the Keystone State. Later, while singing her hit "You and I," the Mother Monster apologized to her current boyfriend, Michael Polansky, for bringing up her ex: "To my boyfriend here tonight, I'm sorry I had to do this whole 'Pennsylvania, I dated a guy here' thing — I love you so much. But it's true!" she said. (Ironically, Taylor and Gaga met while co-starring in her "You and I" music video.)
During an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" that debuted online on Oct. 29, Dolly Parton opened up about her marriage of more than five decades with her privacy-loving husband, Carl Dean "He does not want to be in the spotlight at all," she said. "It's just not who he is. He's a quiet, reserved person, and he figured if he ever got out there in that, he'd never get a minute's peace — and he's right about that. … I've always respected and appreciated that in him, and I've always tried to keep him out of the limelight as much as I can. He said, 'I didn't choose this world, I chose you, and you chose that world. But we can keep our lives separate and together.' And we do and we have. … When people ask me why it's lasted this long, I say, 'Because I stay gone.' And there's a lot of truth in that — the fact that we're not in each other's faces all the time. But we do have a great respect and admiration for each other. We both have a great sense of humor. So we have a lot of fun. … We have very similar tastes. We love to travel around [in] our little RV, and we don't like parties and all that stuff."
On Nov. 2, Jeffree Star's ex-boyfriend, André Marhold, sparked rumors that he's dating "Love & Hip Hop: Miami" star Bobby Lytes when he shared a photo of them taking a dip together in a swimming pool. In the caption, he wrote that Miami "was fun" and that he's definitely "not worried about no [star emoji]" — an apparent reference to the makeup artist. Bobby, meanwhile, shared a photo of himself cuddled up to the professional basketball player, which he captioned with a "man crush Monday" hashtag. André was also on hand when Bobby celebrated his 30th birthday in late October. They've since posted about each other several more times on Instagram.
On Nov. 2, TMZ shed some light on the terms of Jules Wainstein's divorce. She's reportedly walking away from her marriage with Michael Wainstein with more than $7,000 per month in financial support: $4,133.33 per month in spousal support for the next two years and $3,000 per month in child support. The former "The Real Housewives of New York City" star will have sole legal custody of their son and daughter, though Michael will have some time with the kids. Jules will also have final say on where they go to school and which religion they practice (Judaism). The former couple will reportedly split Michael's interest in a mobile home community.
On the Oct. 29 episode of "The View," New York Governor Andrew Cuomo responded to Chelsea Handler's recent allegations that she asked him out on a date and that he subsequently ghosted her. "I'm a big fan of Chelsea. She is great. We have fun," he said. "But on my dating life, you know, I am only dating at this point in-state residents. I'm dating New York residents. So if Chelsea changes her residence, then maybe we can work it out." He then emphasized that's a big "maybe." Clarified the politician, "I said maybe — maybe work it out."